The USF Honors College offers a number of accelerated academic programs.
Provost's Scholars Program
In this program qualified students enter USF directly from high school with 18 or more appropriate credits and are offered the opportunity to complete their undergraduate education in just three years. Students are provided preferred registration, summer scholarships, and funding for study abroad opportunities. Qualifying students should present a 3.8 weighted H.S. GPA (as calculated by USF) and a 1260 SAT or 26 ACT score.
7-Year B.S./MD Program
The Honors College has partnered with the USF Morsani College of Medicine (MCOM) to provide first-time in college freshmen with an accelerated pathway into the USF MD Program. This program allows Honors College students the opportunity to receive admission to MCOM and complete a medical degree in seven years, provided that the student continues to meet all the benchmarks of the program, including a successful interview with MCOM.
7-Year B.S./PharmD Program
First-time in college (FTIC) USF Honors College students and are interested in attending pharmacy school have an opportunity to receive admission to USF Health's College of Pharmacy (COP) and complete a doctorate in pharmacy (PharmD) in seven years, provided that the student continues to meet all the benchmarks of the program, including a successful interview with COP.
Accelerated Bachelor's/J.D. Program
The University of South Florida Honors College has an agreement with Stetson University College of Law (SUCL) to offer an accelerated Bachelor's/J.D. program. This program, known as the "Stetson 3+3 Program" allows Honors College students to use their first year of law curriculum at SUCL to count as the fourth year of elective requirements for their Bachelor's degree. Students will graduate from USF as a second year law student.